THE ECHO FOUNDATION
2019 Summer Internships
Elie Wiesel. Kerry Kennedy. Help bring their stories and many others to life as our intern.
I. Curriculum Research & Development Internship
The Echo Foundation seeks 2 – 3 2019 summer Student Interns who will create the annual curriculum to be used by hundreds of teachers and thousands of students across the region and beyond. This year’s focus is on international human rights and the work of Congolese Dr. Denis Mukwege, 2018 Nobel Prize in Peace. (Check out past curricula at www.echofoundation.org).
II. Echo Social Media Presence Internship
The Echo Foundation seeks one summer Student Intern to develop an Echo social media presence. Using customary social media outlets, (Facebook, Instagram, etc.), create, implement and manage a cohesive presence for Echo reflecting the organization’s programming and commitment to social justice.
Echo Student Interns play a critical role in the development and implementation of our educational programs. In a small, dynamic environment, interns research, create and produce our vital initiatives that advance the cause of humanity while gaining valuable research and product development experience.
Academically driven and achievement oriented high school and university students who can make a commitment for the entire 11-week internship should apply. Successful interns value the rigor of an academically challenging assignment, have a strong record of academic excellence, have been involved in social service activities, and demonstrate a commitment to the common good. Excellent project management and writing skills are required. Interns must also be highly motivated self-starters, able to work independently or on a team, and able to multi-task.
Orientation: June 4, from 4:00 – 7:00 pm at the Echo office, dinner is provided.
Internships begin and end: June 3 - August 16, 2019.
The Internship is an 11-week, full-time (40 hr/week) commitment with two weeks free for vacation (The date to be determined on an individual basis.)
Expanded exposure to critical humanitarian issues
Opportunity to create a powerful tool for learning
Experience working in a professional environment
Elevated collaboration techniques working in a group setting
Possible academic credit depending on institutional requirements
Application deadline: Rolling until May 28, 2019 at midnight
Please send your completed application and the follow to [email protected] for consideration:
Cover Letter describing interest
Most recent transcript and two references